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The story of the famous 'Thieves Market' or 'Chore Bazaar' in Mumbai India.

Forty years after the revolution.

Lithuania's 20th century is explored through life of the filmmaker's uncle Chatzkel.

Two-part documentary about the privitisation of prisons in the USA and Australia.

Asia Pacific Filmmakers record social changes. Narrators: Diana Brown, Hugo Weaving.

The Diplomat takes up Ramos Horta's story in the final dramatic stages of his long journey - the fall of Indonesia's President Suharto, the referendum to determine East Timor's future, the overwhelming vote for independence, the devastating carnage…

The trial and tribulation of a revitalised Armenian theatre troupe.

A mother sues an Indonesian general over the death of her son.

In 1999 Jewish artist Bob Fischer visited Australia and wooed a number of Melbourne art dealers and artists into supporting a large-scale collaborative art project...What initially seemed humorous turned calamitious as frayed tensions erupted and…

Young people from Sydney's Samoan, Fijian, and Tongan communities tell their stories.

Two children living in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

The revealing portrait of young musical prodigy Hephzibah Menuhin.

The grandson of a former Hungarian Prime Minister returns home.

The lives of elderly Anglo-Indians living in Calcutta.

In Japan, a married Western couple seek, and find, a third person, a Japanese girl, to stimulate their jaded love-making.

An incident in South America.

One of China's oldest cultural traditions, the family circus.

A look at fafafines, young boys raised as girls in Western Samoa.

China through the eyes of two young fashion designers.

A variety of young Hong Kong residents describe their present lifestyles and what may happen after the 30.6.97. handover of Hong Kong to China, by Britain.

An Australian film tells the story of a Hong Kong family's culture shock on migrating to Australia to join their daughter and her husband.

A young Australian woman returns to Chile to rediscover the country and culture she left behind when she was six years old. She follows the route her ancestor, Ingnacio Domeyko, took when he left Poland to journey to Chile.

A documentary about the criminal culture known as 'Raskolism' in the urban and rural areas of Papua New Guinea. This story is told by the groups of Raskols themselves

Humanitarian peace-keeping mission in Somalia, spearheaded by America, ended in a violent battle. Documentary investigates the stand-off against warlord General Aideed.

Shooting in Australia, America, England, France and Morocco, the film examines the plight of more than 20,000 children whose human rights are in international limbo due to parental child abduction
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